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Stem Cell Transplant in MS: Patients Support, but Neurologists Hesitant – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Saturday, 3 September, 2022

Stem Cell Transplant in MS: Patients Support, but Neurologists Hesitant – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

People who underwent a hematopoietic stem cell transplant (HSCT), many of them patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), were supportive of the treatment despite its high costs — and hesitancy and opposition from their neurologists — a survey study showed.

Most surveyed HSCT recipients — about 85% — believed their symptoms were better controlled after the stem cell transplant, and those with MS saw an overall reduction in disability.

However, more than half of the transplant recipients’ neurologists did not support the procedure, and more than 30% did not continue patient care post-treatment, the survey found.

Read more at: https://multiplesclerosisnewstoday.com/news-posts/2022/08/31/patients-support-stem-cell-transplant-ms-neurologists-hesitant/

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